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This was a recent restoration for a client.
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When received the mint vendor and gold award were disabled and many parts were missing.
There was no awards card or awards card frame.
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Nice original 5 cent machine.
This machine was purchased by a fellow who slot machine locks and keys it out of an airplane hanger back in 1962 and was stored as it is pictured until I bought it.
There were gold award and vendor parts missing at that time.
As you can see it had several coats of paint slapped on.
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Back door is a quality replacement with original Watling lock and key, original cash box with lock and key, original vender door locks and key, original slot machine locks and keys fortune reel strips.
Vend0r and gold award parts were acquired and all is working as it should.
Additional pictures on request via email 1949 Jennings Sun Chief Serial 185765 on case and tag, 178888 on mechanism.
Very nice 25 cent machine that was ordered from the factory with no lights and amber plastics as indicated by the original inspection tag.
Special TIC TAC TOE feature.
Original chrome and wood finish with decals, original back door with instruction sheet and cash box.
This machine is working and non-restored.
Additional pictures on request via email 1949 Jennings Sun Chief Serial 187155.
Nice original 25 cent machine red light up.
All 3 matching 's, original walnut factory case with decals, original chrome, back door with instruction sheet and cash box both with original ODJ YALE locks and keys.
This machine is working and non-restored, was originally a TTT however operator changed reel bundle.
Additional pictures on request via email 1936 Jennings 4 Star Chief Serial 142566.
This is one of my personal favorite machines.
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You'll need to pry this one out of my hands but it is available.
Nice original 50 cent high roller machine, Gold Star model.
Has original paint and finish, stainless sides, original reel strips, original slot machine locks and keys door with instruction sheet and DUO lock and key.
Hand load jackpots, replacement cash box.
If you're looking to add a fifty cent machine to your collection this is a nice one.
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Nice working and great looking machine.
Original awards card, tin reel strips, cash box, faux click finish back door with original instruction sheet and replacement lock and key.
Original stenciling and decals on wood sides.
This machine just in on consignment.
Nice original 50 cent goose neck machine in very nice non-restored condition.
This was a link roller machine for the day, a half dollar was close to a days wages.
This machine has original tin reel strips, awards card, cash box, wood finish including stenciling and decals, faux wood finish back door with original Mills YALE lock and key and back door instruction sheet.
This machine just in on consignment.
Nice original 25 cent machine with older exterior restoration and recent interior restoration.
It plays as good as it looks and is guaranteed to be an original.
Mills lock and key with replacement cash box.
Additional pictures on request via email 1947 Mills Jewel HiTop Serial not available.
This is a consignment machine.
Nice working machine including jackpot with a novice restoration.
It is a player not a contest winner and is what it is.
Just in on consignment is this revamp machine which means it started out as a Mills Operators Bell and when the jackpot mechanism came out in the late 1920's manufacturers of the jackpot front castings bought up out of fashion non-jackpot machines and fitted them with their new jackpot casting.
Operators also would send in their out of fashion non-jackpot machines and have them converted to jackpot models.
This machine has been restored inside and out and has an aftermarket back door and cash box.
Nice entry level collectible.
Additional pictures via email 1935 Watling Treasury Serial 87126.
Nice original non-restored 5 cent machine.
This is the way restorers and collectors like to find original machines, unmolested and working.
This machine has original back door with no lock, original cash box with lock, no key.
Original tin strips, paint and finish.
It won't win a beauty contest but it works and is a great restoration project.
Available as is or restored.
Additional pictures on request via email 1947 Watling Checkerboard Rol-A-Top Serial 95310.
Just in on consignment Nice original 25 cent machine.
Good working machine, original paint, finish, decals, awards card, cash box with lock, no key.
Back door is original with a replacement lock and key.
This machine is available in slot machine locks and keys found condition or restored.
Additional pictures on request via email 1964 Bally Money Honey Serial 6275, Model 742A-426-A.
Nice original 25 cent machine.
This is the model that revolutionized the slot machine industry of the day.
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Mills, Jennings and Pace tried to compete by bringing their own line of EM machines in but it simply didn't work out and led to their demise.
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Here is a very nice original 5 cent machine that seldom shows up.
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Original paint, reel strips, back door with instructions, DUO lock and key, cash box and locking cash box security door and melon jackpot counter.
Interior of the machine fully restored.
Original 5 cent machine, all mechanicals disassembled, degreased, hand cleaned, lubed and tuned.
Original paint go here finish on cabinet and castings with normal wear for an 80 year old machine.
Melon jackpot counter reads 332.
Original Mills locks and keys and cash box.
Additional pictures by request via email.
Original 5 cent machine in working condition and recently serviced, not restored.
All matching numbers, original ODJ YALE lock with 2 matching keys, original paint, finish, awards card and reel strips.
Plays and pays great.
This is a variation of the Jennings Silver Chief made in much less numbers.
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This machine has original tin reel strips, original paint, Watling back door and lock, original cash box and future pay feature and the mint vendor is complete and working.
The mechanism has been serviced, cleaned and lubed.
Plus it is a 25 cent machine to boot.
Most of these old vendor front models were converted to jackpot machines once the various manufacturers came out with jackpot fronts so this is a true survivor.
More detailed photos on request.
Original finish on castings, tin reel strips, cash box, faux wood finished door, awards card, replacement lock and key.
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Original fortune strips, door, cash box, plays well and dispenses rolled mints.
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Machine was refinished by the late Bill Daugherty over 10 years ago.
Numbered reel strips and awards card.
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All original, very smooth working, jackpot, reserve and mad money payouts work as they should.
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Original tin fortune reel strips, cash box, back door, Yale lock with replacement key.
Plays great, mechanism lubed and tuned.
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It is all original with both original Mills YALE locks and keys, cash box, tin reel strips and it plays like it just left the factory and it came with an original Mills Crate with two Mills labels, what a find!
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These are great project machines and some parts!
This is a 10 cent version of the Victory Chief.
This machine too has all 3 matching serial numbers, original ODJ Yale lock and it's two original keys, original cash box, reel strips and back door.
This machine unlike the 5 cent just in has a wood bottom "casting" but has a metal upper casting and bonnet.
It is difficult to find two identical Victory Chief machines as they were all pieced together from whatever was left over.
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Looking for the front cover to a Jennings 4 Star Chief mint vendor.
I don't have a whole crew of people working here, I am just a hard working guy who loves what I do.
Along with buying and selling machines I offer restoration and repair.
If you have a vintage mechanical machine that is not working I can repair it for you.
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This nickel, dime, quarter and half dollar set of Black Cherry machines I restored for one of my clients.
This 1939 Mills Diamond Front was the only thing salvaged from a whole house fire.
This is the before and after of a 1932 Roman Head.
We find many of our machines in places where they have been locked up since then.
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I began collecting and refurbishing the old machines in the mid-1990's, and have become an expert in both their lore and the mechanical aspects since then.
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Try to pick the lock 3.
No, there are multiple lock manufactures each with numbered keys.
You'll need to drill it out and replace with new.
Sometimes a screwdriver hammered into the lock will break it to turn, else use a drill.
Use a rag under the door as there will be metal shavings.
You also might consider replacing all the locks with those that are keyed alike.
I've done so on my collection and one key fits all.
Terry look on the lock see if theres a number and that's the code mine are all 1382s Drill it out and catch the shavings with a magnet.
The first thing I do is with a new game is replace the lock with a keyed alike lock and if I sell a game I take the lock back out Good luck No, there are multiple lock manufactures each with numbered keys.
You'll need to drill it out and replace with new.
Sometimes a screwdriver hammered into the lock will break it to turn, else use a drill.
Use a rag under the door as there will be metal shavings.
You also might consider replacing all the locks with those that are keyed alike.
I've done so on my collection and one key fits all.
Terry Great idea TeeJayN.
I have nine machines all with different keys.
This makes a lot of sense.
Probably why it never occurred to me.
If you slot machine locks and keys up drilling it out and do need to replace it a new one is less than five dollars anyway and will only take two minutes to install.
Just drill it out.
I prefer to drill the pins, it makes less mess than drilling out the screw in the back, but either way will work.
I had luck using the file on the back of a nail clipper.
There is a hook feature on the end of the file that allows to work the lock bits.
Some times it works within seconds, other times it took a few try's.
Not 100% reliable, but does work.
I had luck using the file on the back of a nail clipper.
There is a hook feature on the end of the file that allows to work the lock bits.
Some times it works within seconds, other times it took a few try's.
Not slot machine locks and keys reliable, but does work.
Got to be worth a try.
I've got keyless ones on all my pins and they are great.
I've got keyless ones on all my pins and they are great.
I don't really need them to lock.
So long as the cats can't slot machine locks and keys in.
Where did you get those?
All my machines are keyed alike, but I just started replacing them with; I like these because I can still put my key fob on them.
All my machines are keyed alike, but I just started replacing them with; I like these because I can still put my key fob on them.
Which one would work for later model pinball machines?
Very easy to do.
But yes it makes a mess, and slot bars stripes a shop vac can't handle though.
Remove the door hinges, pull from the coin return, and bend the latch until you can remove the entire door.
Remove the lock and replace everything.
Drilling is messy and dosen't always work well.
Which one would work for later model pinball machines?
Remove the door hinges, pull from the coin return, and bend the latch until you can remove the entire door.
Remove the lock and replace everything.
Drilling is messy and dosen't always work well.
You lost me here.
I have the keyless locks installed, but they don't seem to work that well for me: - if I tighten the keyless lock's screw inside the coin door too tight, it won't turn at all - if I let the screw to be a bit loose, it will become more loose during time and I am afraid that at some point the lock won't turn at all anymore and instead the latch inside the pin will remain in the "locked" position.
If that would occur, those keyless locks seem like a PITA to drill!
Any best practises with the keyless locks to share?
I don't really need them to lock.
So long as the cats can't get in.
Where did you get those?
After you drill out the lock, take a crescent wrench to the door close to where the door and frame meet near the lock.
Slightly bend the sheet metal until the door is able to close, and not open on its own.
You will not need a lock at all after doing this.
You lost me here.
Remove the hinge pin from the coin door.
Use a small jewelers screw driver and a hammer to tap the pin out until you can use a pair of pliers to pull it the rest of the way out.
I've done this on myand and it doesn't take slot machine locks and keys much time or effort really.
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I think I'm going to go the keyless locks as they're very cheap and should save me a load of hassle click here the future.
So as to avoid the problems Nepi23 has advised on, I'll put a bit of stud lock or superglue on the nut when it's in the correct position which should stop it coming loose again.
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After all, I've got the four cats - that is how it works isn't it?
If you've got time, sure why not try to pick a lock?
The internet is full of useful burglary information lol.
If you've got time, sure why not try to pick a lock?
The internet is full of useful burglary information lol.
Talk about a Home Study Course on lock picking.
I've got to have a go.
Remove the hinge pin from the coin door.
Use a small jewelers screw driver and a hammer to tap the pin out until you can use a pair of pliers to pull it the rest of the way out.
I've done this on myand and it doesn't take too much time or effort really.
I can't imagine that not damaging the door as there is only 3mm of gap to even get to the hinge pin, and the molding over and below it would be demolished.
I guess it may work for some but a 4 dollar lock I don't mind ruining.
So as to avoid the problems Nepi23 has advised on, I'll put a bit of stud lock or superglue on the nut when it's in the correct position which should stop it coming loose again.
This might be a problem though, if you sold your pin and the new owner would want to install "real locks".
This might be slot machine locks and keys problem though, if you sold your pin and the new owner would want to install "real locks".
You can still undo them again, they just won't work loose by accident.
All you need is some Oxycetaline tanks, a welders mask, a metre long set of adjustable's and a 12lbs lump hammer and it would be off again in a jiffy.
There is slot machine locks and keys method that is cleaner and usually quicker than drilling.
Take a good size standard screwdriver, preferably with a square read more, insert the blade in the lock and bang it in to get a good grip with a hammer, obviously not so hard that you damage the door.
Then attach a pair of vise grips to the shaft of the screwdriver and turn, please click for source locks will let go very easily, but I have had some take a few tries.
I can't imagine that not damaging the door as there is only 3mm of gap to even get to the hinge pin, and the molding over and below it would be demolished.
I guess it may work for some but a 4 dollar lock I don't mind ruining.
I hear you, but if you take your time the only thing that gets damaged is the lock latch, since you are only using your hands and not a pry bar there is not much chance of damaging anything important on the frame or door.
Anyway have fun picking the lock, it may take longer, but it does sound like more fun.
I picked up a today and of course the guy couldn't find the key to the coin door.
I tried the screw driver method and had no success.
I busted out the drill and was in 10 seconds later.
Ok, so when you drill what is your goal?
Again, only because I have had such shitty luck drilling, literally hours without being able to get the tumbler to turn.
Ok, so when you drill what is your goal?
Again, only because I have had such shitty luck drilling, literally hours without being able to get the tumbler to turn.
Goal is to drill through the lock to get the screw off that holds the cam on.
Really, once you've done it once, it takes less than 3 minutes.
I do it differently than tamoore.
I personally try to drill out the pins in the lock, by running a small bit through the shear line.
I use roughly the slot machine locks and keys procedure as in this video.
It's less destructive, and doesn't dump a bunch of shavings in your cabinet.
I lost the keys to my.
Ordered a set of lock picks, and picked it in under 5 minutes.
First time I ever tried to pick a lock, it was painfully easy.
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How do I open this slot machine!?
click there another way to open it other than picking the lock?
Picking it is the best solution.
From there you shake roll and slot machine elvis rattle replace the lock or hire someone to do it.
There might be a serial number or something inside or outside?
Maybe the lock can even be re-pinned if you can find a key that fits.
Without destroying the slot machine locks and keys there is no way to get to it that i know of other than getting the lock open.
I do have a few friends that collect these and they may have some advice that I can pass along to you.
Sorry it took awhile to respond.
I'm not against picking it but I'll have to learn how real quick.
The locksmith said he wasn't going to be able to pick it though.
The lock Make and model?
It seems to be a wafer lock cops and slot machine are usually pretty low quality.
Probably wouldn't be hard to rake open.
Unfortunately we never found the key.
I'm not concerned about the security of it any longer since it will just be a piece in my place for entertainment with tokens.
Does anyone have any suggestions?
Would be a pain in the ass to pick unless you've done it a lot.
Agree with everyone that picking it would be the best.
Without picking or drilling, the amount of damage you'll need to do to gain entry will be significant.
Source: 15+ years working on slot machines.
I said if it has a Medeco your best bet is to drill it.
That includes Medeco's other brands; Abloy and Best among them.
I just happen to have a similar machine.
Here is a picture of my key.
Reverse side is exactly the same.
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I went to that website and submitted a similar post and was told how to simply pop it open!
First they were saying there was a oval hole on the bottom, and to simply reach your hand in, press down on the latch, and the door will swing open.
Unfortunately, the hole on mine hadn't been punched out yet.
So I pushed slot machine locks and keys the screen on the side of the machine and used a socket wrench set up to reach in there and press down on the lock latch with it.
That picture was from one of the people who helped me!
Once it was open I sawed out that hole on the bottom so I can easily reach in and unlatch it at anytime!
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I lost the key to my slot machine I bought a Japanese slot machine a couple years back, but when I moved a city over I misplaced my key to it. Please answer quickly, because I can't play it without flipping the switch inside the machine. P.S. IF you need any information to prove my ownership I will provide it.


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How do I open this slot machine!? Is there another way to open it other than picking the lock? : lockpicking
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Try some other keys.
Try to pick the lock 3.
No, there are multiple lock manufactures each with numbered keys.
You'll need to drill it out and replace with new.
Sometimes a screwdriver hammered into the lock will break it to turn, else use a drill.
Use a rag under the door as there will be metal shavings.
You also might consider replacing all the locks with those that are keyed alike.
I've done so on my collection and one key fits all.
Terry look on the lock see if theres a number and that's the code mine are all 1382s Drill it out and catch the shavings with a magnet.
The first thing I do is with a new game is replace the lock with a keyed alike lock and if I sell a game I take the lock back out Good luck No, there are multiple lock manufactures each with numbered keys.
You'll need to drill it out and replace with new.
Sometimes a screwdriver hammered into the lock will break it to turn, else use a drill.
Use a rag under the door as there will be metal shavings.
You also might consider replacing all the locks with those that are keyed alike.
I've done so on my collection and one key fits all.
Terry Great idea TeeJayN.
I have nine machines all with different keys.
This makes a lot of sense.
Probably why it never occurred to me.
If you end up drilling it out and do need to replace it a new one is less than five dollars anyway and will only take two minutes to install.
Just drill it out.
I prefer to drill the pins, it makes less mess than drilling out the screw in the back, but either way will work.
I had luck using the file on the back of a nail clipper.
There is a hook feature on the end of the file that allows to work the lock bits.
Some times it works within seconds, other times it took a few try's.
Not 100% reliable, but does work.
I had luck using the file on the back of a nail clipper.
There is a hook feature on the end of the file that allows to work the lock bits.
Some times it works within seconds, other times it took a few try's.
Not 100% reliable, but does work.
Got to be worth a try.
I've got keyless ones on all my pins and they are great.
I've got keyless ones on all my pins and they are link />I don't really need them to lock.
So long as the cats can't get in.
Where did you get those?
All my machines are keyed alike, but I just started replacing them with; I like these because I can still put my key fob on them.
All my machines are keyed alike, but I just started replacing them with; I like these because I can still put my key fob on them.
Which one would work for later model pinball machines?
Very easy to do.
But yes it makes a mess, nothing a shop vac can't handle though.
Remove the door hinges, pull from the coin return, and bend the latch until you can remove the entire door.
Remove the lock and replace everything.
Drilling is messy and dosen't always work well.
Which one would work for later model pinball machines?
Remove the door hinges, pull from the coin return, and bend the latch until you can remove the entire door.
Remove the lock and replace everything.
Drilling is messy and dosen't always work well.
You lost me here.
I have the keyless locks installed, but they don't seem to work that well for me: - if I tighten the keyless lock's screw inside the coin door too tight, it won't turn at all - if I let the screw to be a bit loose, it will become more loose during time and I am afraid that at some point the lock won't turn at all anymore and instead the latch inside the pin will remain in the "locked" position.
If that would occur, those keyless locks seem like a PITA to drill!
Any best practises with the keyless locks to share?
I don't really need them to lock.
So long as the cats can't get in.
Where did you get those?
After you drill out the lock, take a crescent wrench to the door close to where the door and frame meet near the lock.
Slightly bend the sheet metal until the door is able to close, and not open on its own.
You will not need a lock at all after doing this.
You lost me here.
Remove the hinge pin slot machine locks and keys the coin door.
Use a small jewelers screw driver and a hammer to tap the pin out until you can use a pair of pliers to pull it the rest of the way out.
I've done this on myand and it doesn't take too much time or slot machine locks and keys really.
Thanks for all of the links and the ideas guys.
I think I'm going to go the keyless locks as they're very cheap and should save me a load of hassle in the future.
So as to avoid the problems Nepi23 has advised on, I'll put a bit of stud lock or superglue on the slot machine locks and keys when it's in the correct position which should stop it coming loose again.
However, I've got to try the lock picking one just so I can pretend to be a cat burglar.
After all, I've got the four cats - that is how it works isn't it?
If you've got time, sure why not try to pick a lock?
The internet is full of useful burglary information lol.
If you've got time, sure why not try to pick a lock?
The internet is full of useful burglary information lol.
Talk about a Home Study Course on lock picking.
I've got to have a go.
Remove the hinge pin from the coin door.
Use a small jewelers screw driver and a hammer to tap the pin out until you can use a pair of pliers to pull it the rest of the way out.
I've done this on myand and it doesn't take too much time or effort really.
I can't imagine that not damaging the door as there is only slot machine locks and keys of gap to even get to slot machine locks and keys hinge pin, and the molding over and below it would be demolished.
I guess it may work for some but a 4 dollar lock I don't mind ruining.
So as to avoid the problems Nepi23 has advised on, I'll put a bit of stud lock or superglue on the nut when it's in the correct position which should stop it coming loose again.
This might be a problem though, if you sold your pin and the new owner would slot machine locks and keys to install "real locks".
This might be a problem though, if you sold your pin and the new owner would want to install "real locks".
You can still undo them again, they just won't work loose by accident.
All you need is some Oxycetaline tanks, a welders mask, a metre long set of adjustable's and a 12lbs lump hammer and it would be off again in a jiffy.
There is another method that is cleaner and usually quicker than drilling.
Take a good size standard screwdriver, preferably with a square shaft, insert the blade in the lock and bang it in to get a good grip with a hammer, obviously not so hard that you damage the door.
Then attach a pair of vise grips to the shaft of the screwdriver and turn, most locks will let go very easily, but I have had some take a few tries.
I can't imagine that not damaging the door as there is only 3mm of gap to even get to the hinge pin, and the molding over and below it would be demolished.
I guess it may work for some but a 4 dollar lock I don't mind ruining.
I hear you, but if you take your time the only thing that gets damaged is the lock latch, since you are only using your hands and not a pry bar there is not much chance of damaging anything important on the frame or door.
Anyway have fun picking the lock, it may take longer, but it does sound like more fun.
I picked up a today and of course the guy couldn't find the key to the coin door.
I tried the screw driver method and had no success.
I busted out the drill and was in 10 seconds later.
Ok, so when you drill what is your goal?
Again, only because I have had such shitty luck drilling, literally hours without being able to get the tumbler to turn.
Ok, so when you drill what is your goal?
Again, only because I have had such shitty luck drilling, literally hours without being able to get the tumbler to turn.
Goal is to drill through the lock to get the screw off that holds the cam on.
Really, once you've done it once, it takes less than 3 minutes.
I do it differently than tamoore.
I personally try to drill out the pins in the lock, by running a small bit through the shear line.
I use roughly the same procedure as in this video.
It's less destructive, and doesn't dump a bunch of shavings in your cabinet.
I lost the keys to my.
Ordered a set of lock picks, and picked it in under 5 minutes.
First time I ever tried to pick a lock, it was painfully easy.
This is the set I bought: Then just watched some YouTube videos the and free best slots play fun for this one: Hey there!
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